Upstream Gas Compression

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Upstream Gas Compression

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Gas compression is used in the upstream sector of the petroleum industry in wellhead, gathering, and processing applications in sizes ranging up to 2,500 HP. Spears estimates that the global upstream gas compression market totaled $12.3 billion in 2016 ($0.4 billion for newbuilds; $2.9 billion for compressor rental; $9.0 billion for aftermarket parts and services), with the US accounting for about 80% of the global market. Global gas compression market growth is projected to accelerate over the near term in response to increased US gas exports, rising US power sector gas demand, and increased gas drilling activity.

The Upstream Gas Compression Market report covers the following topics:

  • Market drivers to 2022
  • US natural gas demand (consumption, exports)
  • US natural gas supply (production, imports)
  • US natural gas price
  • Drilling activity by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022
  • Installed base of compression (units, HP) by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022 separately by type of application (wellhead, gathering, processing) and by owned versus rented
  • Compressor rental market (units, HP, $) by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022 separately by type of application (wellhead, gathering, processing)
  • Compressor rental fleet by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022
  • Available (units, HP)
  • Rented (units, HP)
  • Compressor fabrication market (units, HP, $) by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022
  • Aftermarket parts and services market ($) by region (US, Canada, International) to 2022
  • Profile of major players:
  • OEMs
  • Compressors
  • Engines
  • Coolers
  • Packagers
  • Rental firms
  • Rental fleet (HP) by company
  • Revenues by company, 2010-present

The Upstream Gas Compression report is available as immediate digital download upon purchase.